Pipe Tools & Supplies - John Aylesbury Pipe Tool
If your just starting out the Czech tool is just fine and probably recommended. However... if you decide this is for you this tool is great it’s pocket knife grade and I’m sure will last for a great while.
Cornell & Diehl - Epiphany 2oz
This blend makes me think of how it used to be. It’s not ribbon nor course cut. You find multiple appearances. The taste is unique and consistent. Truly a work of fine craftsmanship.
Pipe Tools & Supplies - Pipemaster Clean and Cure 2oz
Every enthusiast needs this in there collection. Specially if you don’t have designated pipes for specific blends.
Peterson - 3 P's - Peterson's Perfect Plug 50g
The tin note is exceptional, cut small shaving off, rub it out and let dry... most enjoyable. Definitely for a special occasion. Can’t wait for it to age!
Peterson - Old Dublin 50g
Although I’m not proficient in this art yet. This has to be all around the most enjoyable smoke I’ve had.
Pipe Tools & Supplies - Czech Pipe Tool
Tool is great for what you need as far as while smoking or everyday maintenance!
Dunhill - Elizabethan Mixture 50g
The blend isn’t bad, but being someone that has come to prefer the latikias and orientals in there blends. This is a bit too cigarette for me. I will happily finish my tin, not sure if I’ll get another....wait....After a month of jarring the blend improves drastically.
Dunhill - Standard Mixture 50g
Completely new to blends, although I must say, once opening the tin the aroma made me skeptical... the smoke was very pleasant tho!
Peterson - Irish Cask 50g
Well worth it
I’m new to pipe smoking, I despise cigarettes and only had a cigar once in a while. On the verge of giving up tobacco products all together I for some reason, went and bought $100 worth of a starter kit. I’ve never had a better experience or smoke in my life. Can’t wait to try new blends!